Stanic, along with newly-minted PhD Jessica Vazquez and Reproductive Sciences’ Irene Ong, PhD, published a review in the American Journal of Reproductive Immunology. “Single-cell technologies in reproductive immunology” looks at the use of novel "big data" single cell pipelines and machine learning approaches in reproductive sciences and immunology.
You can read the whole article here.
On June 9, 2019, Stanic delivered the keynote address at the 42nd Annual Course in Cytometry at UW-Madison. His keynote, “Cellular composition and plasticity at the maternal-fetal interface,” helped kick off the conference, which provided attendees with helpful knowledge about flow cytometry, image cytometry, and much more.
Stanic also gave an invited talk – “Plastic Fantastic: Transcriptional Malleability and Functional Stability of Decidual Innate Lymphoid Cells” – at the 2019 American Society for Reproductive Immunology meeting in Grand Rapids, MI in June.